XFX Teases Radeon HD 7990 Triple Dissipation Graphics Card

XFX has introduced its own version of Radeon HD 7990 — a top-tier graphics adapter from AMD. As distinct from the other companies that incorporated only some inconspicuous changes into their products, XFX has approached to the card’s modification with a violent zeal. As a result, today everyone has a chance of examining its Radeon HD 7990 Triple Dissipation card that employs two Tahiti XT GPUs, elaborated on Graphics Core next architecture.



Each Tahiti XT chip comes with 2048 stream processors and 3 GB of GDDR5 memory. This implies that the total memory capacity makes up 6 GB. GPUs run at 950 MHz clock frequency, but have the potential of achieving 1000 MHz frequency on overclocking. As for the memory, it employs 384-bit bus and runs at an efficient 6 GHz frequency.


To continue, all the components of Radeon HD 7990 Triple Dissipation are housed on an original PCB, designed by XFX. Connection with the PSU is realized via a pair of 8-contact power sockets. The rear …

RunCore Highlights a New Business SSD Kylin III

Each and every SSD, supplied by numerous reputable companies, offers practically unbelievable Write/Read speeds, as well as prolonged durability. Indeed, the developments in this segment have achieved considerable heights, presenting unprecedented facilities for potential customers. RunCore does not leg behind the others and highlights with special honor its new business solid-state drive model, codenamed Kylin III. This model is primarily destined to be employed in highly-demanding systems, such as databases, server PCs, HPC systems, and many other high-end applications.



SSD Kylin III will be delivered in three capacity variations: 450GB, 785GB and 1.6TB. All models are based on MLC NAND memory type and employ PCI Express 1.0 x8/2.0 x4 interface. They are initially characterized by an amazing utmost performance: up to three million IOPS in random Read mode (512 byte). Moreover, the user is capable to create RAID array, combining a few SSDs Kylin III; this will dramatically …

PowerColor Outs an Overclocked Radeon R9 270 OC Graphics Card

Along with other AMD partners, PowerColor has elaborated its own version of Radeon R9 270 adapter. The PowerColor Radeon R9 270 OC is differentiated from rival products by an improved cooling system and factory overclocked frequencies. Its release is scheduled for late November and the retail price won’t hit over $180.



To begin with, this graphics card is naturally based on AMD Curacao Pro GPU, developed under 28 nm technological process. It consists of 1280 current processors, 32 ROPs and 64 TMUs. The core runs at 930 MHz frequency and is able to gain 955 MHz frequency on overclocking. The incorporation of GDDR5 memory (2 GB) with 256-bit bus interface ensures some striking bandwidth of 180 Gb/sec; this provides for the support of gaming applications with high resolution. Memory chip operates at 1400 MHz nominal frequency but might gain the index of 5600 MHz of effective frequency on overclocking.


Cooling system, implemented within Radeon R9 270 OC, cannot be called …
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